CONFERENCES & EVENTS
Annual EVC Transfer fair (virtual Transfer day): october 7th, 2020)
Attend virtual booths with University Representatives from CSU, UC, California Independent & Out-of-State Universities for Pre-Advising, Drop-Ins, and Admissions Presentations. This event only happens once a year!Pre-Register for free event here
Community College Transfers for CSU System wide for EVC Transfers (october 5th to October 8th, 2020)
The 23 CSU are conducting a tranfer presentations for prospective transfer studentsPre-Register for free event here
UC TAG for auxiliary EVC staff ( EOPS, DSP, Veterans & Others)
Wednesday, August 26th from 12 noon to 1 p.m. for the first webinar in our 2020-21 series for community college counselors.
We also encourage you to let your colleagues in auxiliary offices such as EOPS, DSP, Veterans, and Others.
Title: Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) workshop
Presenters: Kia Tan, UC Merced & Tiana Otubuah, UC Irvine
Description: September is the month for your students to submit a TAG to one campus. Join us for information about TAG and how to help your students submit their TAG applications.
The webinar will be conducted in Zoom and recorded.
To join the live session, please connect here: https://UCOP.zoom.us/j/98693835945
Webinars will be posted on the Transfer Counselor Website in the UC Toolbox and on the Additional Resources page of the UC Counselors website.
UC Virtual Week for students & staff (Virtual) Event fall 2020
UC Berkeley1:00 – 10:30 am
To register click here
UC Santa Barbara
12:00 – 12:30pm
UC Santa Cruz10:30 – 11:00am
11:00 – 11:30amCapacityUnlimited
12:00 – 12:30pmCapacity1,000participants
UC Los Angeles10:30 – 11:00 am
UC San Diego12:30 – 1:00pm
Capacity: 5,000 participants
UC Irvine11:00 – 11:30am
UC Merced12:00 – 12:30 pm
To register clicking here
Additional Information1) Are the registration links being used to determine who has access to the live sessions? If so, will there be a wait list?
Yes, the link will grant students access to the individual UC campus presentation. All campuses will offer waitlists if their sessions have met capacity limitations. The waitlist is automatic.
2) If a student tries to register but the session is already full, will they receive a message letting them know to view the recorded session when it is available?
The majority of campuses will have this feature. All students will see a message that tells the student the virtual room is full. If it is they can request the video recording.
3) Will students be able to ask any questions during the session? All the virtual platforms allow students to ask questions live. Each UC will have staff dedicated to text chat or a Q&A box. UC For You/UC For Everyone (September To October 2020)
The UC For Everyone for students & Staff: UC Wants You! (Oct 3rd, 10th, 17th, Sept 8th, 10th, 24th)
This year UC is hosting six virtual system-wide events for students and families. The UC for You events are intended to help students and families who will be applying this fall get to know the nine undergraduate campuses. The UC for Everyone: UC wants You! events are for students and their families who are considering UC in future years. All events are free, and many feature admission staff, current students and parents, UC faculty and UC alumni.
For more information and to register, see: https://ucforyou.universityofcalifornia.edu/
UC for You eventare intended to help students and families who will be applying this fall get to know the nine undergraduate campuses. These events are an excellent opportunity to ask questions about admission selection, majors, pre-professional programs and more.
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. - California first-year students
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. - California transfer students
8 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Non-resident/International students
register click here
This event is for students and their families who are considering UC in future years.
5 - 7 p.m. - If you live in rural northern California, Central Valley, Sierras, and Imperial Valley, UC invites you and your family to join us for this program. After a brief introduction to the UC system, current students from these communities will reflect on their college search process and transition from home to the UC, share their experiences at UC, and discuss their perspective on the value of UC including the financial aid process. The session will end with a live Q&A from current students and admission representatives and will include tips on how you can best present yourself on the UC Application.
6 - 8 p.m. - How can UC help me prepare for a career? What is research and is it for me? Should I consider an internship and how do I determine which one is right for me? What do mentors do and will a mentor help me at UC? If you are a student participating in a UC educational preparation program and you have asked yourself any of these questions, you and your family are welcome to join us to learn more about these and other opportunities awaiting you at UC
10.m. - 12 p.m.- Students, parents, UC faculty and staff will share their experiences and insight on opportunities and options for students in the African-American, Native American, and ChicanX/LatinX communities on our campuses. The session will end with a live Q&A. This session is intended for students and their parents interested in learning about how UC campus's academic and affinity resource register click here
UC Berkeley Haas School Of Business for students: Transfer Admission
Haas Undergraduate Program in collaboration with Haas Business School Association (HBSA) is proud to share ourFall 2020 Envision Haas schedule.
Envision Haas is an admissions outreach program that aims to provide admissions information to our growing number of California Community College transfer applicants. Each Envision Haas session includes an admissions info session and transfer student led panel. All Envision Haas sessions will be conducted virtually via Zoom
This Fall semester two sessions per month. Interested students and counselors can sign-up via the Zoom registration links posted on the Outreach & Admission Events website linked above.
Haas Supplement Q&A Webinar - Thursday, January 21, 5:00PM-6:00PM PST
Current applicants with questions about the Haas Supplement should join us during this live chat. The Zoom registration link will be posted on theOutreach & Admission Events website.
What should your students do if they are interested in applying to the Haas Undergraduate Program?
Speak to a Hass Advisor: Advisors are available for virtual appointments on Mondays & Tuesdays from 1:30pm to 4:30pm and Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9:00am to 12:30pm. Please visithttps://haas.berkeley.edu/undergrad/admissions/pre-admission-advising/for more information and to schedule an appointment
quick questions, students can email@example.com
Know the business major: Student are encouraged before attending virtual event session to learn more about the business major.Envision Haas
Review the articulation agreement
California community college students interested in applying to the Haas Undergraduate Program must follow the most current Articulation Agreement. This information can be found onassist.orgby selecting the community college, then UC Berkeley, then the business administration major.
4. Ensure Eligibility All applicants must meet the minimum eligibility requirements. This information is summarized on theBerkeley Haaswebsite and the articulation agreement onassist.orgEvery year a significant number of our transfer applicants are denied because they fail to show planned completion of these requirements.
Here are a few of the most common reasons for ineligibility:
Failure to complete all requirements. All required courses (100% of admission requirements) must be completed by the end of the Spring term prior to starting at the Haas School of Business. If a student is missing one required course he or she will be considered ineligible for admission. Required courses cannot be taken during the summer term after the application is submitted.
IGETC: IGETC is not sufficient to fulfill requirements for the business major. All applicants must meet the minimum eligibility requirements outlined in the articulation agreement onassist.org
5-year rule: All prerequisites must be completed within 5 years prior to starting at the Haas School of Business. For example, students planning to start in Fall 2021 cannot use prerequisites taken prior to Fall 2016. Prerequisites taken prior to Fall 2016 must be repeated.
Complete the Application Process
Students interested in applying to the business major at UC Berkeley must complete both phases of the application process.
Phase 1: Submit a completeUC Applicationby November 30th
Phase 2: Submit a complete Haas Supplement by January 31, 2021. In addition to the UC Application, transfer applicants are required to submit a supplemental application. Applicants will be sent an email by UC Berkeley's Office of Undergraduate Admissions by the first week of January with information about the Supplement. The Supplement must be submitted online and includes the Haas self-reported academic record, an additional essay and a resume template.
Applicants who fail to submit a complete UC application and a complete Haas Supplement will not be considered for admission.
Alessandra Fadeff, Assistant Director of Admissions firstname.lastname@example.org Monique Ellis, Associate Director of Admissions email@example.com
The UC Berkeley College of Engineering (October 6th, 13th, 16th, 20th, 22th, 26th, 28th, 29th)
Nation's highest-ranked public engineering program, is thrilled to introduce an exciting month of webinars for prospective transfer students. Please share this email or the attached flyer with your colleagues and students within the California Community College system.
Berkeley Engineering Overview & The Secrets to Transfer Admissions Tuesday, October 6, 4-5 p.m.
This webinar will share information about UC Berkeley's College of Engineering and provide an overview of the transfer admissions process for California Community College students. Register hereFaculty Talk Tuesday, October 13, 4-5 pm Don't miss this opportunity to hear from Matthew Sherburne, of the Materials Sciences and Engineering department. Dr. Sherburne will speak about his experience transferring from community college to UC Berkeley and ultimately pursuing his PhD. He will also share advice on making the most of campus opportunities, including participating in undergraduate research. Register hereTransfer Student Panel Tuesday, October 20, 4-5 p.m.Join us to hear from current engineering transfer students about their experiences on campus, including participating in classes, internships, research, etc. We will have time for participants to ask their own questions. Register here.
Finding Research Opportunities as a Community College Student Thursday, October 22, 4-5 p.m.Undergraduate research opportunities are a great way to engage with a discipline in a hands-on way, contribute to the knowledge base, "try-on" graduate school, and enhance your transfer application. This session will provide an overview of the Transfer-to-Excellence Research Internship and introduce other ways to secure scientific research opportunities while enrolled in community college. Register here
Department specific presentations Please note that not all majors are offering presentations. You can explore each major through our undergraduate programs page. Industrial Engineering & Operations Research Information Session Friday, October 16 4-5 p.m. Join us for an overview of the Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (IEOR) major, information about course preparation for transfer, and career opportunities in the field. Register here.Materials Science & Engineering Faculty Panel and Q&A Monday, October 26th, 1:30-3pm This session is designed to introduce students to Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), and how it relates to other engineering and science disciplines, as well as meet some of our faculty. You will learn about the areas of MSE, Research, Career/Internship opportunities. You will also get to learn the different career paths MSE has and what that has meant to each faculty member. There will be a question and answer session at the end. No need to register, simply join via this link.The Opportunity of Nuclear Engineering
Wednesday, October 28, 2-3 p.m.Come learn about what we do in Nuclear Engineering and why that might be a good fit for you. Register here.
Engineering Science Seminar: Human-AI Interaction Thursday, October 29, 1-2 p.m.Professor Anca Dragan will be joining the ENGIN 93: Energy Engineering Seminars to speak about her work. This is a rare opportunity to join an actual UC Berkeley class. This event is limited to students interested in the interdisciplinary Engineering Science majors: Register here
Civil Environmental Engineering: The Inside Scoop | Thursday, Oct 29th, 6:30-7:15pm Learn about CEE at Cal from current junior transfer students and advisors. Register here.
Please direct questions to Nicole McIntyre, Manager of Transfer Success Initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.orgParticipants are invited to submit requests for accommodation via the Zoom registration links.
UCLA Virtual Fall Open House in October & other transfer events
UCLA Virtual Fall Open House
Join students and staff to learn more about UCLA! You will have an opportunity to learn more about admission, financial aid, housing, academic programs, resources and student life. Live sessions will be recorded and posted on the Fall Open House website after the event with closed captioning.
Register now for UCLA Fall Open House 2020
Monday – Saturday • October 5 – 10, 2020
Monday – Friday: 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Transfer Admission Virtual Presentation
Learn more about UCLA, the admission process for transfer students and ask questions during the webinar. The presentation session is designed primarily for students attending a California community college. Register for a Transfer Admission Virtual Presentation here.
Register separately for an optional live transfer virtual tour or general live tour:
Register for a Transfer Live Virtual Campus Tour
Register for a Live Virtual Campus Tour
Online virtual tours are always available.
UCLA Transfer Admission: Selecting a Major
Register for UCLA Transfer Admission: Selecting a Major
Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 05:00 PM
UCLA Transfer Admission: Personal Insight Questions Brainstorming
Register for UCLA Transfer Admission: Personal Insight Questions Brainstorming
Friday, September 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM
UCLA Transfer Admission: Reviewing the UC Application + Activities/Awards Webinar
Register for UCLA Transfer Admission: Reviewing the UC Application + Activities/Awards Webinar
Friday, October 16, 2020 at 05:00 PM
UCLA Transfer Admission: Story of Self - Personal Insight Questions Webinar
Register for UCLA Transfer Admission: Story of Self - Personal Insight Questions Webinar
Friday, October 23, 2020 at 05:00 PM
Live Tours are Available:
Connect with UCLA:
Students can call admission office for any inquiries (prospective or admits)and we will have admission advisors on hand to take their calls.Telephone-General inquiries and advising
Monday - Thursday1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Meet Your Assigned Admission Representative:
UCLA Representatives are assigned to all California Community Colleges. Find your assigned rep at:http://www.admission.ucla.edu/myrep
When contacting your assigned representative please have students include the following information:
Major you are applying to at UCLA
College currently attending
Confirm if you have completed all your post-high school education at a CA community college. If not, provide a list of all colleges and/or universities attended, including institutions abroad.
Phone number & best time to reach you
Education & Social Transformation
Transfer applicants interested in the Education & Social Transformation major are admitted to the "pre-major status and may apply to the major once they have completed ( or in the process of completing) the two required lower division courses. At this time, the minimum GPA for UCLA transfer is a 3.2 or higher. Transfer students will need to apply to the Education major during their first year at UCLA and before they have completed 135 quarter units. While they are no specific major preparation courses currently articulated at this time, at the request of the department, students are encouraged to complete IGETC. For more information regarding this major visit: https://gseis.ucla.edu/education
Application Advice Related to COVID-19:
UCLA Useful Links:
Profile of Admitted Students: www.admission.ucla.edu/stats
PDF Library: www.admission.ucla.edu/library
AP/IB Credit: www.admission.ucla.edu/AP
Get Connected: www.admission.ucla.edu/getconnectedTours: http://www.admission.ucla.edu/tours
Power To The Native American And Pacific Islander Transfer Experience Webinar Fall 2020
UCLA's Center for Community College Partnerships is hosting a series of webinars that are open to any student enrolled in a California community college for Fall 2020. with the goal of providing resources for multiple communities including a look at different educational pipelines, strategies to improve transfer opportunities and a critical context to understand the role of community colleges in California.
DATE: Wednesday, September 23rd, AND Thursday, September 24th 2020
All sessions are DIFFERENT
TIME: Sessions: 10:30-12:00 & 2:00-3:30pm – There will be optional activities between 12:00-2:00pm
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: Tuesday, September 22nd 2020
TO REGISTER: https://tinyurl.com/Power2TheTransfer
You will receive a Zoom link on the afternoon the day before the webinar.
CCCP highly encourages all students planning to transfer to create a University of California, Transfer Admission Plannerhttps://uctap.universityofcalifornia.edu/students/
Please visit the Power to the Transfer Webinar website for additional webinars that are part of this series: https://tinyurl.com/Power2TheTransfer
For additional information about CCCP: email@example.com or at (310) 267-4441
UC San Diego Fall Showcase (November 7th, 2020)
Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 9:00 AM until 12:30 PMPacific Standard Time
This virtual event will give you an inside look at what being a Triton is all about. Learn about our academics, student life and what makes UC San Diego so special.Pre-Register here
5th Annual Breakthrough To Virtual Pre-Nursing Conference (BTN) Oct 10th
Saturday, October 10th, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m viaZoom!link to RSVP:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19LD-4R4Edy-z7veMqXAmGudReWScdEic6HQGaJRQSAE/edit
Virtual Conference for pre-nursing students, school faculty, and anyone interested in nursing to an informative, once a year opportunity! My journey began at a community college and I believe that those are the students who need the most guidance
The main purpose of this BTN project is to recruit and support underesprested students who are interested in becoming a part of this ever rewarding, profession of nursing!
Every year, CSUEB partners up with several NorCal Nursing Schools to provide an array of perspectives of what nursing is, what nursing school looks like, and after these unprecedented times, what the nursing future may look like, post SARS-CoV2.
Goal is for students to understand what the nursing profession really is, how the current times will affect the future of nursing, and what you can do now, to prepare for your nursing school journey!
Here is some important information regarding this event:-We will have guest speakers speaking on: "What Is Nursing?" and "The Future Of Nursing."-Representatives and Students from Nursing schools around the Bay Area will be Tabling.-We will hold various TEAS and NursingCas sessions, where we will go over this required entrance exam and application portal in small groups.-An open panel with current NorCal Nursing School, Nursing Students will be provided. -Attached is a flyer describing the event and the important details.
September 30th, 2020 is the LAST day to RSVP. Just fill out the survey and you're all set!
Explore your interest in nursing with people from around the Bay Area. We want YOU to know that Cal State East Bay and CSU, East Bay's Nursing Association is here to help!If you have any questions feel free to email Eve Corado, the Breakthrough to Nursing Director at Cal State East Bay @ firstname.lastname@example.org
CSU Campus Sessions College Counselors (september 24, 28th, 29th, 30th)
September 24, 20209:00 AMRegister for FresnoSeptember 24, 202010:00 AMRegister for Channel IslandsSeptember 24, 202011:00 AMRegister for East BaySeptember 24, 20201:00 PMRegister for StanislausSeptember 24, 20202:00 PMRegister for SonomaSeptember 24, 20203:00 PMRegister for SacramentoSeptember 28, 20209:00 AMRegister for HumboldtSeptember 28, 202010:00 AMRegister for San FranciscoSeptember 28, 202011:00 AMRegister for San BernardinoSeptember 28, 20201:00 PMRegister for ChicoSeptember 28, 20202:00 PMRegister for MaritimeSeptember 28, 20203:00 PMRegister for San DiegoSeptember 29, 20209:00 AMRegister for PomonaSeptember 29, 202010:00 AMRegister for San Luis ObispoSeptember 29, 202011:00 AMRegister for NorthridgeSeptember 29, 20201:00 PMRegister for BakersfieldSeptember 29, 20202:00 PMRegister for Monterey BaySeptember 29, 20203:00 PMRegister for San MarcosSeptember 30, 20209:00 AMRegister for Long BeachSeptember 30, 202010:00 AMRegister for Los AngelesSeptember 30, 202011:00 AMRegister for San JoseSeptember 30, 20201:00 PMRegister for FullertonSeptember 30, 20202:00 PMRegister for Dominguez Hills
SJSU Nursing Virtual Workshops (sept 25th, Oct 20th, Nov 23th)
Future StudentsPre-Nursing, undeclared SJSU students can receive virtual advising with Academic Advising or CHHS Student Success Center. It is recommended to test your computer's audio and video settings before joining an online advising session. The university uses ZOOM. Group Advising for BSN Nursing Program Watch a pre-recorded info sessionhereFriday, September 25, 20203:30pm-5:30pmOnlineFriday, October 30, 2020 12:00pm-2:00pmFriday, November 23, 2020 9:00am-11:00amFor more information click here
CSU virtual Week Fall 2020
All CSU campuses will present separate sessions for high school and community college students. Each campus will present a short, live session to provide a campus overview, information about the admission process and a question and answer portion. If students are not able to attend, all sessions will be recorded. The recordings will be available on the CSU Week website. The sessions will require pre-registration. Registration will be open until the session begins. Registration will remain open, but each session will close at the maximum of 3000 attendees.Register here
Community College Counselors CSU Impaction, Local Area And Redirection Virtual session
SFSU Environmental Studies Majors & Scheduling one-on-one with current Ambassador
For many years Environmental Studies Program at San Francisco Statewas an impacted program, but no longer. That means if a student is eligible to transfer to a CSU, they are admitted. They accept students in both the Fall and Spring. There are transfer agreements in Assist.org and the majority of students transfer without an ADT. The Biology ADT supports B.S. in Environmental Studies, Natural Resource and Conservation
Short program description: Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary major that brings together social sciences and natural science to study environmental issues. The Environmental Studies Program at San Francisco State offers both BA and BS degrees. The BA has three emphases: Environmental Sustainability and Social Justice, The Urban Environment, or Humanities and the Environment. The BS degree is in Natural Resource Management and Conservation. If you want to do something about environmental problems this is the major for you. We have a very activist, social justice and applied program that focuses on solutions.
A digital program brochure is attached that you can share or post.
A video describing program can be viewed at this link
For additional information you can access our website here
If you have students who would like to talk with a current major about the program, can sign up to be connected with a student "ambassador" at this link
Military Transfer Outreach Event (Oct 1st, 3th)
military veterans attending your community college or with active duty military who are seeking to attend or transfer to a four-year private institution, you are invited for upcoming virtual public admissions programs hosted by Amherst, Pomona, Princeton, Williams and Yale.
Although these are five very different institutions, among the things they share are a commitment to providing students a superb undergraduate liberal arts & sciences education, as well as financial aid policies that generously support military veterans. For example, military veterans can choose to apply for our institutional financial aid and save their hard-earned benefits for graduate or professional school. That's just one of the many topics in our sessions.
Adam Sappadam.email@example.comDirector of Admissions
Undergraduate Admission Information Sessions for Military-Affiliated Students
Please join us to learn more about applying to our institutions as a student veteran or service member by registering for one of the sessions below!
Thursday, Oct. 15PM PT / 8PM ETRegister: https://apply.princeton.edu/register/?id=f4183eb2-f4ba-42e8-909a-1267bf08d1a8
Saturday, Oct. 34PM PT/7PM ETRegister: https://apply.princeton.edu/register/?id=548b0ddb-20d4-4a98-895e-03953711aaa3
AICCU Campus virtual Week Fall 2020
40 AICCU colleges and universities will present separate sessions for high school and community college students. Each campus will hold a 30 minute session for both transfer and first-time freshman audiences. Registration links, capacity, waitlists, and recorded sessions vary by campus and is noted on the schedule of events.
The AICCU Campus Week Main Page is:
Regional Amission Counselors Of California virtual Conference fall 2020
Regional Admission Counselors of California(aka RACC).
Date: October 6th
For some students, starting at a community college may be a great path before transitioning to a four year institution and planning is essential. Come learn from 18 of the colleges who can speak about the transfer process from California schools to out of state colleges.
18 of our RACC member institutions will present about transfer opportunities to their out-of-state institutions. Below you can find a description for the event:3:30 - 3:45 Topic introduction and welcome3:45 - 4:15 Group A schools (3 minutes/school)4:15 - 4:25p Downtime4:25 - 4:55 Group B schools (3 minutes/school)4:55 - 5:05 Downtime5:05 - 5:35 Group C schools (3 minutes/school)List of participating universities:American University of ParisArizona State UniversityBaylor UniversityColorado State University PuebloDickinson CollegeIllinois TechSeton Hall UniversityTexas Christian UniversityUniversity of DelawareUniversity of MarylandUniversity of MelbourneUniversity of Nevada, RenoUniversity of New MexicoUniversity of TulsaWashington State University
You and your students can register for this event here
And, you can check out our full calendar of events here(while only the events labelled as "Transfer Admission" are specifically tailored to transfer students, you and your students may very well find the other presentations helpful too).
join RACC database here
historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) Virtual week September 2020
Tuesday September 22 SESSION TITLE: Academic Preparation – Grades Matter PRESENTER: Diane Crosley-Mayers TIME: 11am – 12pm CLICK REG LINK HERESESSION TITLE: Social Media Event - Managing in COVID-19 PRESENTER: Myko Campbell & Markisha Richardson TIME: 1:30pm – 2:30pm CLICK HERE TO JOIN LIVE Wednesday September 23 SESSION TITLE: Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Pre-Med PRESENTER: Dr. Arynn Auzout-Settle TIME: 9:30 – 10:30am CLICK REG LINK HEREThursday September 24 SESSION TITLE: CCC to HBCU Program Intro (Students) PRESENTER: Myko Campbell TIME: 1pm – 2pm CLICK REG LINK HEREFriday September 25 SESSION TITLE: Current HBCU Transfer Students Panel PRESENTER: Dr. Arynn Auzout-Settle TIME: 10am-11:30am Click here to register
STUDENTS TO CONNECT WITH OUR STAFF – CLICK HERE Student Contact FormStay in the Loop: join Listservhttp://tinyurl.com/HBCUTransferInstagram & Facebook @ccctransfer2hbcu
Oregon State University (Wednesday's With Colleges Virtual) Fall 2020
Meet virtually with representatives from Oregon State University's academic colleges to learn more about our majors, programs, resources and the transfer admissions process. If you're a transfer student exploring majors or know exactly what you want to study, this is a great opportunity to begin connecting with those in your program! Register hereCollege of BusinessWednesday, September 30th at 12:00pmCollege of ForestryWednesday, October 7th at 12:00pmCollege of Public Health and Human SciencesWednesday, October 7th at 12:00pmCollege of Agricultural SciencesWednesday, October 14th at 12:00pmCollege of EngineeringWednesday, October 14th at 12:00pmCollege of Veterinary MedicineWednesday, October 21st at 12:00pmCollege of Liberal ArtsWednesday, October 28th at 12:00pmCollege of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric SciencesWednesday, October 28th at 12:00pmCollege of ScienceWednesday, November 4th at 12:00pmCollege of EducationWednesday, November 18th at 12:00pmHave questions or concerns? Feel free to reach out to at firstname.lastname@example.org Go Beavs!